Learn strategies for doing primary source research including how to prepare for a visit to an archives and how to effectively navigate the variety of online resources such as directories, catalogs, and finding aids.
This session will be held in Anderson Computing Complex Classroom B11.
In this workshop, participants will create assignments using the Assignment feature, and practice weighting these assignments in the Grade Center. We will also discuss best practices in teaching with blogs and discussion boards.
Help guide the future of AU Library. All faculty are cordially invited to a town hall featuring Brightspot, a library space and program design consultant.
Brightspot was engaged by AU over the summer to work with the library to re-envision library space and services, and will be presenting the Library's strategic program to the univeristy faculty. We would like to share lunch with you, and …more
The AU Library has been busy over the summer re-envisioning the library space for the future, and now we want to hear what you think! AU Library will host a student town hall featuring Brightspot, a library space and program design consultant engaged by AU. Join us for some food and a presentation, followed by an open Q&A session. We want to hear your thoughts!
Food and cooking define our cultures and bring us closer together—but did you know they also serve as a platform for AU students to learn subjects like History, Chemistry, and Writing?
Join the American University Library Council and University Librarian Nancy Davenport for an opportunity to help the Library build an interesting, exciting, and engaging collection of cookery books that will …more